Experiencing extreme sadness and coping with grief are the two most challenging aspects of our lives. It doesn’t necessarily mean the death of a loved one, but it can also be a heartbreak. Anger, shock, sadness, emptiness, and all the negative feelings are there. A good therapist’s advice, however, can pave the way towards one’s Read More
When a devastating accident causes the death of loved ones, especially family, and leaves us unharmed with just a few scratches, often we thank the stars for the big save, but others sulk in guilt, anger, and shame. Relatives tell you how happy they are that you’re safe, but deep inside you can’t shake that Read More
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To feel lost, sad, and lonely after the death of a loved one seems a natural way to grieve. But sometimes, guilt feeling, trauma, confusion, shame, and rejection are overlooked. When not given proper attention, the real grieving turns out to be complicated that it could lead to depression, PTSD, and sometimes suicide. Complicated Read More
Getting through with all the stress of losing someone is hard and the fact that you have to understand the painful experience, you will need to stay focused on the different kind of recovery you will need. Losing the most special someone in your life is devastating, and the pain is immeasurable. However, life has Read More
Grief is a form of healing that differs in patterns. It is a combination of a variety of emotions that an individual can probably contain. Though grieving is the process of recovery from the loss of a loved one, it carries all the expressions that can cause damaging effects if not thoroughly handled. Mourning, on Read More
The loss of someone you valued the most is one the various emotional struggles you could ever imagine. It is when you will undergo the process of self-healing, and it could probably take a while. Depression is something that will eventually make you feel weak and vulnerable from all sorts of negative energy Read More
Alas, another one bites the dust. “Will I ever recover?” “Is this pain going to end?” “Am I ever going to move on?” Probably the correct answer to these questions is: indefinitely maybe.
Losing a loved one is never a dull thing, and is especially tricky when the person you’ve lost is the one you considered to be your significant other, your other half and your lifelong partner. Being a wife who lost her husband is difficult, but today we’re sharing a story about a man who’s recently Read More
When we find ourselves in moments of loss, it can be tough for us to cope, even if we’ve experienced grief before. If it’s already difficult for us, imagine how much more trying it can be for children and teenagers. As parents, we have to assist our kids to learn how to deal with grief. Read More